Latest News 11/2012
A newly discovered gene that is essential for embryo survival could also hold the key to treating and potentially controlling chronic infections such as HIV, hepatitis and tuberculosis.
The gene, called Arih2, is fundamental to the function of the immune system – making critical decisions about...
The proteins, called suppressors of cytokine signalling (SOCS) proteins, are important for blood system maintenance and regulating the immune response. They could also play...
Australia’s oldest medical research institute, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, will today unveil its new state-of-the-art $185 million research facility, expanding its capacity to deliver life-saving research.
The facility will be opened at 12pm by the Premier of Victoria, Mr Ted Baillieu; the...